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| name = Jessie's Woobat
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|name = Jessie's Woobat
| image = Jessie Woobat.png
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|image = Jessie Woobat.png
| type = psychic
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|type = psychic
| type2 = flying
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|type2 = flying
| trainer = Jessie
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|trainer = Jessie
| debut = Iris and Axew!
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|debut = [[BW002: Enter Iris and Axew!|Enter Iris and Axew!]]
| location = With Jessie
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|location = At Team Rocket Headquarters
 
|japanese = Musashi's Koromori
 
|japanese = Musashi's Koromori
|gender = Unknown
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|gender = Male<ref>[[BW141: Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit!]], being hit by Emolga's Attract</ref>
|ability = Unknown
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|episodecaught = ''Enter Iris and Axew!''
|episodecaught = ''Iris and Axew!''
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|caughtwhere = [[Unova Route 1]]}}
|caughtwhere = [[Unova]]
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'''Jessie's Woobat''' is one of [[Jessie]]'s [[Pokémon]] that was captured off screen.
|episodesuntilevolved = Not yet evolved.}}
 
   
'''Jessie's Woobat''' is one of [[Jessie]]'s [[Pokémon]] that was captured off screen. It was revealed that Jessie caught it in a cave swarming with [[Woobat]] as per [[Giovanni]]'s order to capture new Pokémon only from the [[Unova]] region so they won't attract too much attention. It defeated [[Ash's Unfezant|Ash's Pidove]], but fell to [[Ash's Oshawott]]'s [[Water Gun]]. It reappeared in [[BW006: Abandoned Lot of Dreams! Munna and Musharna!!|Dreams by the Yard Full!]] where Jessie sends it out again to help them escape.
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==Biography==
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It was revealed that Jessie caught it in a cave swarming with [[Woobat]] as per [[Giovanni]]'s order to capture new Pokémon only from the [[Unova]] region so they won't attract too much attention. It defeated [[Ash's Unfezant|Ash's Pidove]], but fell to [[Ash's Oshawott]]'s [[Water Gun]]. It reappeared in [[BW006: Abandoned Lot of Dreams! Munna and Musharna!!|Dreams by the Yard Full!]] where Jessie sends it out again to help them escape.
   
 
In [[BW029: Scare at the Litwick Mansion!|Scare at the Litwick Mansion!]], where it and [[James' Yamask]] team up with Ash's Oshawott and Cilan's Pansage to defeat the four evil Litwik and their Lampet leader. In [[BW030: The Dragon Master's Path!|The Dragon Master's Path!]], it teamed up with [[James' Yamask]] to take down [[Emmy]]'s [[Druddigon]] and [[Iris' Axew]] after they escaped. Jessie was impressed by Druddigon's Draco Meteor (even though it knocked out Yamask), and attacked it with Gust, but it fell to [[Ash's Pikachu]]'s [[Electro Ball]].
 
In [[BW029: Scare at the Litwick Mansion!|Scare at the Litwick Mansion!]], where it and [[James' Yamask]] team up with Ash's Oshawott and Cilan's Pansage to defeat the four evil Litwik and their Lampet leader. In [[BW030: The Dragon Master's Path!|The Dragon Master's Path!]], it teamed up with [[James' Yamask]] to take down [[Emmy]]'s [[Druddigon]] and [[Iris' Axew]] after they escaped. Jessie was impressed by Druddigon's Draco Meteor (even though it knocked out Yamask), and attacked it with Gust, but it fell to [[Ash's Pikachu]]'s [[Electro Ball]].
   
In [[BW064: Crisis at Chargestone Cave!|Crisis at Chargestone Cave!]], Woobat is used to battle Ash's Pikachu, [[Bianca's Minccino]], and [[Cilan's Dwebble]], alongside Yamsk. After they unleash their Gust/Night Shade combo, Pikachu and Minccino hit Yamask with Thunderbolt and Swift, while Woobat continued to use Gust on Dwebble, who is blown back. Dwebble tries to fight against the wind, and evolves into a Crustle. With it's newfound power, it intercepts Woobat's strongest attack, Air Slash with an even stronger Rock Wrecker, which forces them to retreat.
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In [[BW064: Crisis at Chargestone Cave!|Crisis at Chargestone Cave!]], Woobat is used to battle Ash's Pikachu, [[Bianca's Minccino]], and [[Cilan's Dwebble]], alongside Yamsk. After they unleash their Gust/Night Shade combo, Pikachu and Minccino hit Yamask with Thunderbolt and Swift, while Woobat continued to use Gust on Dwebble, who is blown back. Dwebble tries to fight against the wind, and evolves into a Crustle. With its newfound power, it intercepts Woobat's strongest attack, Air Slash with an even stronger Rock Wrecker, which forces them to retreat.
   
In [[BW077: A Restoration Confrontation! (Part 1)|A Restoration Confrontation! (Part 1)]], Woobat battles against a Tirtouga that has escaped from their helicopter. In the [[BW078: A Restoration Confrontation! (Part 2)|second part]], it had to face off against Cilan's Pansage and Ash's Pikachu in order to steal the newly evolved Carrcosta and steal the Pokemon in the time gate. Their plans are foiled, and they are forced to leave. 
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In [[BW077: A Restoration Confrontation! (Part 1)|A Restoration Confrontation! (Part 1)]], Woobat battles against a Tirtouga that has escaped from their helicopter. In the [[BW078: A Restoration Confrontation! (Part 2)|second part]], it had to face off against Cilan's Pansage and Ash's Pikachu in order to steal the newly evolved Carrcosta and steal the Pokémon in the time gate. Their plans are foiled, and they are forced to leave. 
   
Woobat was used frequently in Team Rocket's Unova operation in the original Black & White series as well as Rival Destinies, as it was Jessie's only Pokemon. As a result, it became very strong from battles against Ash and his friends.
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Woobat was used frequently in Team Rocket's Unova operation in the original Black & White series as well as Rival Destinies, as it was Jessie's only Pokémon. As a result, it became very strong from battles against Ash and his friends.
   
After their defeat in the Rival Destinies season finale, where they retreat back to Kanto, Jessie caught [[Jessie's Frillish|a Frillish]], while James caught an [[James' Amoonguss|Amoonguss]]. Unlike Yamsk, who has been completley replaced by Amoongus, Woobat was still used, even after Jessie captured Frillish, and its main position on her team was quickly restored, as Frillish was literally, used 3 times, 2 of which were before Woobats Adventure in Unova debut.
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After their defeat in the Rival Destinies season finale, where they retreat back to Kanto, Jessie caught [[Jessie's Frillish|a Frillish]], while James caught an [[James' Amoonguss|Amoonguss]]. Unlike Yamsk, who has been completely replaced by Amoongus, Woobat was still used, even after Jessie captured Frillish, and its main position on her team was quickly restored, as Frillish was literally, used 3 times, 2 of which were before Woobats Adventure in Unova debut.
   
 
It made its Adventures in Unova debut in [[BW115: The Light of Floccesy Ranch!|The Light of Floccesy Ranch!]], where it battled Ellie's Amphordos in an attept to steal her Marreep. It damaged Amphordos heavily with Air Slash, and then put them on the ropes with Gust. Amphardos sent out a distress signal, which helped Ellie, Ash, Cilan, and Iris to find them. Ash sends out [[Ash's Snivy|Snivy]] to even the score, and stops the Gust assault with an attack from behind with [[Leaf Blade]]. After eliminating Iris' Dragonite with Air Slash & Amoongus' [[Hidden Power]], Woobat focuses its gust on Snivy. Amphardos finally musters all of his strength, and defeats Woobat and Amoongus with [[ThunderPunch]], which sends Team Rocket blasting off.
 
It made its Adventures in Unova debut in [[BW115: The Light of Floccesy Ranch!|The Light of Floccesy Ranch!]], where it battled Ellie's Amphordos in an attept to steal her Marreep. It damaged Amphordos heavily with Air Slash, and then put them on the ropes with Gust. Amphardos sent out a distress signal, which helped Ellie, Ash, Cilan, and Iris to find them. Ash sends out [[Ash's Snivy|Snivy]] to even the score, and stops the Gust assault with an attack from behind with [[Leaf Blade]]. After eliminating Iris' Dragonite with Air Slash & Amoongus' [[Hidden Power]], Woobat focuses its gust on Snivy. Amphardos finally musters all of his strength, and defeats Woobat and Amoongus with [[ThunderPunch]], which sends Team Rocket blasting off.
   
It was also used to fight off Team Plasma's controlled Pokemon in [[BW124]].
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It was also used to fight off Team Plasma's controlled Pokémon in [[BW124]].
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In the series finale for Pokemon Black and White, Woobat was given away to Giovanni at Team Rocket Headquarters.
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==Known Moves==
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{{MoveBoxTop|Type=psychic|Type2=flying|image=Woobat using Air Slash.jpg|imageinfo=Air Slash}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Air Slash|BW002: Enter Iris and Axew|type=flying|othername=Enter Iris and Axew}}{{MoveBoxMid|Gust|BW002: Enter Iris and Axew|type=flying|othername=Enter Iris and Axew}}
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{{MoveBoxMid|Hidden Power|BW117: The Pokémon Harbor Patrol!|type=normal|othername=The Pokémon Harbor Patrol!}}
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{{MoveBoxEnd|Type=psychic|Type2=flying}}
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==Voice actor and actress==
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*[[Kiyotaka Furushima]] (Japanese)
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*[[Michele Knotz]] (English)
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
 
800px-Jessie_Woobat_Gust.png|Jessie's Woobat using Gust.
 
800px-Jessie_Woobat_Gust.png|Jessie's Woobat using Gust.
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</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
   
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{{RocketPokémon}}
==Known Moves==
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{{TeamRocketPokémon}}
{{MoveBoxTop|Type = psychic|Type2 = flying|image = Woobat using Air Slash.jpg|imageinfo = Air Slash}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|Gust|BW002: Enter Iris and Axew|type = flying|othername = Enter Iris and Axew}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|Air Slash|BW002: Enter Iris and Axew|type = flying|othername = Enter Iris and Axew}}
 
{{MoveBoxMid|Hidden Power|BW117: The Pokémon Harbor Patrol!|type = normal
 
|othername = The Pokémon Harbor Patrol!}}
 
{{MoveBoxEnd|Type = psychic|Type2 = flying}}
 
 
==Episode Appearences==
 
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|title = BW006: Dreams by the Yard Full!
 
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|EP# = BW023
 
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{{EpisodeAppearMid
 
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|EP# = BW024
 
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|title = BW025: Battling For The Love of Bug-Types!
 
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|EP# = BW039
 
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{{RocketPokémon}}{{TeamRocketPokémon}}
 
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Latest revision as of 21:09, September 14, 2014

Jessie's Woobat
Musashi's Koromori
Jessie Woobat
General
Trainer: Jessie
Gender: Male[1]
Debut: Enter Iris and Axew!
Episode captured: Enter Iris and Axew!
Caught where: Unova Route 1
Current location: At Team Rocket Headquarters
Details

Jessie's Woobat is one of Jessie's Pokémon that was captured off screen.

BiographyEdit

It was revealed that Jessie caught it in a cave swarming with Woobat as per Giovanni's order to capture new Pokémon only from the Unova region so they won't attract too much attention. It defeated Ash's Pidove, but fell to Ash's Oshawott's Water Gun. It reappeared in Dreams by the Yard Full! where Jessie sends it out again to help them escape.

In Scare at the Litwick Mansion!, where it and James' Yamask team up with Ash's Oshawott and Cilan's Pansage to defeat the four evil Litwik and their Lampet leader. In The Dragon Master's Path!, it teamed up with James' Yamask to take down Emmy's Druddigon and Iris' Axew after they escaped. Jessie was impressed by Druddigon's Draco Meteor (even though it knocked out Yamask), and attacked it with Gust, but it fell to Ash's Pikachu's Electro Ball.

In Crisis at Chargestone Cave!, Woobat is used to battle Ash's Pikachu, Bianca's Minccino, and Cilan's Dwebble, alongside Yamsk. After they unleash their Gust/Night Shade combo, Pikachu and Minccino hit Yamask with Thunderbolt and Swift, while Woobat continued to use Gust on Dwebble, who is blown back. Dwebble tries to fight against the wind, and evolves into a Crustle. With its newfound power, it intercepts Woobat's strongest attack, Air Slash with an even stronger Rock Wrecker, which forces them to retreat.

In A Restoration Confrontation! (Part 1), Woobat battles against a Tirtouga that has escaped from their helicopter. In the second part, it had to face off against Cilan's Pansage and Ash's Pikachu in order to steal the newly evolved Carrcosta and steal the Pokémon in the time gate. Their plans are foiled, and they are forced to leave. 

Woobat was used frequently in Team Rocket's Unova operation in the original Black & White series as well as Rival Destinies, as it was Jessie's only Pokémon. As a result, it became very strong from battles against Ash and his friends.

After their defeat in the Rival Destinies season finale, where they retreat back to Kanto, Jessie caught a Frillish, while James caught an Amoonguss. Unlike Yamsk, who has been completely replaced by Amoongus, Woobat was still used, even after Jessie captured Frillish, and its main position on her team was quickly restored, as Frillish was literally, used 3 times, 2 of which were before Woobats Adventure in Unova debut.

It made its Adventures in Unova debut in The Light of Floccesy Ranch!, where it battled Ellie's Amphordos in an attept to steal her Marreep. It damaged Amphordos heavily with Air Slash, and then put them on the ropes with Gust. Amphardos sent out a distress signal, which helped Ellie, Ash, Cilan, and Iris to find them. Ash sends out Snivy to even the score, and stops the Gust assault with an attack from behind with Leaf Blade. After eliminating Iris' Dragonite with Air Slash & Amoongus' Hidden Power, Woobat focuses its gust on Snivy. Amphardos finally musters all of his strength, and defeats Woobat and Amoongus with ThunderPunch, which sends Team Rocket blasting off.

It was also used to fight off Team Plasma's controlled Pokémon in BW124.

In the series finale for Pokemon Black and White, Woobat was given away to Giovanni at Team Rocket Headquarters.

Known MovesEdit

Move Episode
Woobat using Air Slash
Air Slash Enter Iris and Axew
Gust Enter Iris and Axew
Hidden Power The Pokémon Harbor Patrol!
+ indicates this Pokémon used this move recently.*
- indicates this Pokémon normally can't use this move.

Voice actor and actressEdit

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ BW141: Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit!, being hit by Emolga's Attract

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